Local buildings were researched along with images of the towns heritage (coal, steam and shipping) and a skyline was created set against a sunset sky. The foreground displays some of the water birds you might see along the shorefront at Bo’ness: Oyster Catcher, Ringed Plover, Curlew and Cormorant.
This particular design is purely based on flat colours, although the process allows continuous tone (eg. watercolour texture or even a photograph). Where there’s white in the finished design, this will be clear on the end result, allowing light to shine through.
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You can view detailed images and the installed design at Borrowstounness Interpretation simulated stained glass